Senate bill proposes state insurer vote on FSOC

PRIVA addresses need for insurance representation on Financial Stability Oversight Council


IAIS outlines further details of systemic risk supervision plan

Proposed intervention powers criticised by industry as “broad and vague”


US life firms under pressure from accounting overhaul

It has been billed as the biggest change in US accounting rules for decades. But reportage of the new US GAAP LDTI standard remains sparse. Since coming into effect in August, with an implementation deadline of 2021, companies have been scrambling to assess the impact. Sarfraz Thind reports


US insurers join critique of international capital standard v2.0

Ongoing concerns about recognition of aggregation approach to group capital requirements


Prudential Financial loses Sifi status

Insurer does not pose threat to financial stability, say US regulators


Systemic risk regulation 2.0

International regulators are revisiting the question of how to tackle systemic risk in the insurance sector, proposing an approach based around activities. Aggelos Andreou reports


Aegon hires lobbyist to replace Consedine

Maurice Perkins to lead government and policy affairs


NAIC slams secretive process behind covered agreement

Could act as "backdoor to force foreign regulations on US companies"


MassMutual CRO Ward promoted to CFO

Succeeds Michael Rollings


Insurers question Fed's two-tiered approach to insurance capital standards

Governor Tarullo outlined plans in a speech last week